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Intermediate Microeconomics

Intermediate Microeconomics builds on the principles that you learned in your introductory microeconomics class and applies a more sophisticated level of analysis by using higher level math and more difficult concepts. Many students without a strong math background in calculus will struggle in an intermediate microeconomic theory course. Therefore, I recommend reviewing calculus early before your course starts, particularly differential calculus and partial differentiation of multi-variable functions. Applications of differentiation to economic theory include consumer choice and utility maximization as well as cost minimization and profit maximization for firms.

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